Working with Intune Settings Catalog using PowerShell and Graph

Published on: 8 Mar

Microsoft has recently introduced even more ways to create device configuration profiles..

The new profile type, named Settings Catalog, allows us to explicitly define and configure a policy that has only the settings that they want for that profile, nothing more. Additionally, the existing configuration profiles and ADMX templates have been migrated to the templates profile type.

Publishing PowerShell scripts to Intune with Graph

Published on: 19 Jan
I've recently been asked the question - "How can I make sure that the scripts that I publish to Intune are always set to run as 64bit instead of the default 32bit?" I thought was a great question with a few simple solutions - so let's look at the two methods I've used in the past to make sure you don't "fat finger" your way into frustration!

Set your Azure VPN connections to "Connect Automatically" with PowerShell

Published on: 28 Nov

One of my clients recently came to me asking for assistance to set up a new VPN solution. The requirements were quite simple - They were building out an Azure Point-To-Site VPN solution and needed me to come up with a way to deliver the connection to the end user devices.

Deploying Universal Print Printers With PowerShell & Intune

Published on: 25 Oct
Over the last few weeks I've been playing with **Universal Print** - the cloud print solution developed by Microsoft and I honestly can't praise it enough.

Preparing custom image templates with Azure Image Builder & PowerShell

Published on: 20 Sep
AIB is Microsoft's solution to configure and customize virtual machine images. The concept of it is pretty great..
  • pick a reference image from the public market place
  • apply some customization built around HashiCorp's Packer
  • hit build and what you are left with is a fully customized template image that can be hosted in Azure as a managed image or a VHD file.